Greta is a writer from Seattle living in Brooklyn. She is currently Features Fact-Checker at Bustle Digital Group.

Meet Leia Jospé, Curator of Cringe / W Magazine

The year in fashion / Dazed

‘Existing is an act of resistance’: the Syrian refugees creating design from displacement / The Guardian

How El Planeta became the boldest fashion film in years / The Face

The best looks from the Governors Ball / The FADER

The tattoo artists healing our invisible wounds / i-D

A Moving Film About Homelessness, Topside Invokes a Messy History / Observer

MTV’s Downtown Is a Hyperspecific Time Capsule / Vulture

Digital Resting Points break the feed / Dirt

Meet the Internet’s Favorite Movie Critic / Downtime

Michelle Williams and Phil Elverum Had the Most Romantic Love Story / InStyle

Bagtazo: Where to Get All-Gender Fancy Hats / VICE

Isabel Sandoval’s romantic Miu Miu vision / The Face

15 Films About Sisterhood / Shondaland

Lauren Oyler Doesn’t Care If You Like Her / Sharp Magazine

The Co-Founders of @press_sf Are Reading Between The Times / SSENSE

Depop Captions Are Becoming The New Blogs To Read / Nylon

LA Ambition Rules in ‘Vagablonde,’ the Story of a Lawyer Who Dreams of Becoming a Rapper / Observer

“Nightmare Temptation Academy” Is a Video Game Challenging Rape Culture / Bitch Media

The Intimate Local History Hidden In High Maintenance / Observer

A Good Place: The Facebook group celebrating the lonely, post-apocalyptic now / The Outline

Enough With the Bob Dylan Biopics / VICE

Are Alex Jones and Jacob Wohl Performance Artists? / The Outline

“We Can’t Even: Millennials on Film” Reveals a Generation Plagued, Aimless, and Gay / Interview

Hey Internet DJ / The Brooklyn Rail

Considering gender in the age of AICAN, the unhuman artist / Topical Cream

Author Christina Oakley Harrington on finishing what you’ve started / The Creative Independent

Jorge de León Archives Our Temporal Times on Canvas / Observer 

Tattoo project Body Spells on surrendering to your subconscious / The Creative Independent

The Artist Reclaiming America’s Chinatowns to Fight Coronavirus Racism / Elephant

What a Socially Distant World Would Really Look Like, an Interview with Pelle Cass / Atlas Obscura

Joel Sternfeld’s American Prospects / The Brooklyn Rail

‘The Pencil Is a Key’ Exhibition Spotlights Artwork Created by Incarcerated People / Prism

Endurance Art and Music: Ragnar Kjartansson’s Circle of Death, Beauty and Time / I Care If You Listen

Everyone Is Kissing Tommy Kha / Interview

Telling the Story of Zimbabwe’s Subversive Creatives / Lit Hub

Inside Out and Upside Down: Tibor Kalman / Cooper Hewitt

Cover Art Cubism: Alvin Lustig / Cooper Hewitt

The Other Hans: A Conversation With Hans Waege / Collecteurs

Journey Into Vincent Ferrané’s Milky Way / Collecteurs

Housebound: Portraits from the Winter Garden / The Belgo Report

Flesh, blood, and everything nice, that’s what girls are made of / The Fine Print

The drama of being human: Mark Jenkins’ surreal installations / The Fine Print

Your Friends Don’t Read Your Microplastics Articles: Finding Meaning in Freelancing Outside Validation / Study Hall

Hate Your Job? We've Got The Book For You: Sarah Jaffe’s Work Won’t Love You Back / Bustle

‘Social Media Manager’ is One of the Most Popular Jobs in the US. It's a Lot Harder than it Sounds / Money

A Weekend at CHOP, Seattle’s Police-Free Zone / Bustle

I’d Pick Him Apart If I Could: A Mini Quarantine Essay / Supper Magazine

Landmark study interrogates the predictability of college campus sexual assault / Women’s Media Center